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>> especially the gay community love her. she is one of -- i can say diva. [speaking in foreign language] >> she says the impact is still registering with many people. right now they're trying to get past the shock. reporter: faith and prayer is one of those things that this community holds on to and they're wishing the best for everyone who knew and loved jenni, jennie mothers of five and grandmother of one. owner of a cosmetic and clothing line, and host of a popular radio show. >> ama: a man who shot three people to death and injured up to four more at a indian reservation is dead from gunshot wounds. the tragedy began last night at the indian reservation near porterville. sheriff's deputies say the 31-year-old man was shot at 2:00 this morning after being tracked through his cell phone. he is said to have opened fire
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when caught but not before wounding his young daughter who was with him. one suffered life-threatening injuries. the tribe said he had a real hard life. >> the coast guard and a solano county dive rescue team are looking for 577-year-old man who is believe to have fell into the mare island strait. he was last seen on his tug boat. he never came home. his son found the tug boat unlocked and his dad's car parked at the berth. >> this area is being sold as nobe. north oakland, berkeley, and emeryville. tomas roman is live in the neighborhood with more. >> some realtors started to use the name nobe to describe this north oakland neighborhood known usually as the golden gate district. and some resident wes spoke to say this name change is just a ploy to raise home plieses and displace low income families.
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>> scott and laurel moved from san francisco into this area which some real tore refer to as nobe. >> it's reasonable shopping around. lots of kids in the neighborhood. lots of people walking their doings. this is nice. >> rosa says she loves north oakland and has lived in this home for 30 years. >> this is a long-standing north oakland community that is being swallowed up by real estate agents. reporter: she does not like the idea that real estate agents and brokers are selling her neighborhood as nobe, standing for north oakland, berkeley, emeryville. she says it's plan to sanitize an area of oakland to boost home prices and gentrify the area. >> feels like we're a pawn in this game of real estate prices and people wanting to think of oakland as only the bad news they see about shootings. >> five shootings in oakland on saturday that left one person dead does nothing for oakland's identity as a destination. real estate protectors like daniel winkler says the name
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change represents the revitalization of the area. new restaurants, easy access to transportation and old, sturdy homes attract new families. winkler likes the name and is sell this home for $849,000. a block from the oakland border. >> didn't think of it as a name change. the creation of a district, or getting an identity. >> the area has been known as the golden gate district, or just north oakland to residents. kelly is a partner in the james and giant cupcake shop in oakland. >> i don't really think it needs to change. the neighborhood can grow and the name can stay the same. reporter: now, some residents plan to fight the name change to nobe. there's no telling if it will camp on like soma did for south of market in san francisco. abc-7 news. >> ama: proposed legislation that could increase the number
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of smoke-free apartment in san francisco will be discussed. a board of supervisors committee is scheduled to hear the legislation. the policy would require landlords to designate their apartment units as smoking or nonsmoking and disclose the information to tenants. the san francisco apartment association backs the proposal. >> breaks news out of san francisco. caltrain has stopped service in both directions when a train rammed a car half hour ago. everybody inside the car government out safely about the collision. the caltrain was headed northbound into downtown san francisco when then incident happened. >> the union city woman convicted of killing nursing student michelle le is scheduled for sentencing tomorrow. state law requires her to spend a minimum of 25 years in prison after an al immediate a county jury convicted her of first degree murder in october. properties say she killed ln a jealous rage. >> two recent oakland homicide vices are being railroad.
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16-year-old bobby sartane and 16-year-old racquel were shot and killed thanksgiving weekend. there -- police are still investigating the case. >> a house fire in hayward was quickly extinguished this morning. it took crews an hour to put out the fire. a family that lived there had recently moved out. there's no indication the five-was suspicious. >> falling off the fiscal cliff and what it could mean for your money and what you eat. >> and gearing up for the biggest day of the year. what's ahead if you're expecting a package this week. >> i'm meteorologist sandy patel. to record high temperatures today bu
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>> fans going to the 49ers today got a chance to make a child's christmas the best ever. members of operation dream called out for donated toysle the dry drive is partnered by the 49ers and the san francisco police department. even a small gift makes all the
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difference. >> kids need to know that people care about them. they need to know it's so much bigger than where they live. there's a whole world out there that they get to experience, and so when they know that people care about them, they start to go, oh, there's more to life. >> the gifts will be distributed throughout the city to children in public housing. tomorrow might be just the second monday in december but it's suggested to be a record day for shipping by fedex, fedex expects to ship 19 million packages tomorrow alone, more than double the usual volume. between thanksgiving and christmas, they moved 280 million packages, up 1% from last year. >> gas prices are dropping just in time for the holidaysle the national average is 3.35 a gallon. down five cents in the past week in california, gas is 3.63 a gallon. down nearly seven cents and the bay area, the average is 3.71 a gallon. >> just ahead we can hear heard
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a lot about the fiscal cliff. what does it mean for you? ahead how it could affect what you eat and what some groups are doing right now just in case. plus, a dry weekend but more rain could be on the way. sandy patel is up next with the forecast. >> mike: the 49ers should be running away from teams like the dolphins but they let them hang around, and colin kaepernick does what he does bes
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>> ama: president barack obama and house speaker john boehner met today to discuss the impending fiscal cliff. they're trying to find a deficit cutting deal to stop a combination of tax increases and spending cut to kick in. some government agencies are making contingency plans. here's that part of the story. >> preparing for the holidays is a reminder of something else just around the kosher, a -- corner, fiscal cliff deadline that is permanent here. >> i can't imagine funding being cut. it would be tragic. >> she is worried mandatory
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budget cuts would hurt food safety inspection. >> he was in the hospital for three weeks. >> she and her babies got poisoning from meat she ate while pregnancy. the cdc says contaminated food sickens 38,000 people a year, 3,000 people die. so the fda are charged with protecting the food supply. an 8.2% budget cut translates to a combined $157 million. >> there's no word exactly what cuts would mean to inspector staffing. >> both the fda and usda-already stretched thin when it comes to inspection activities. they need increased resources, not fewer resources. >> agencies all say they're stretched. >> he is with freedom works and that's the cuts leave nothing to fear. >> arguing that getting spending under control endangers public
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health and safety is a really irresponsible scare tactic. especially when you realize that these aren't real cuts. these are reductions from anticipated increases in spending. >> cut the budget for the work these agencies do, it's going to signaturancely impact them today. going to significantly impact them tomorrow. >> you made that one. >> theresa and her kids are now healthy and food safety advocates. >> remember, we all have to eat. >> and they say nobody should have to fear what they eat. >> ama: a company that tracks food recalls says there war 414 last quarter, the highest level in two years. >> the annual lists are released. one of the first, yale law school's lest of the-year-old's most memorable quotees. romney'm's comments about 47% of the pop population list, followed by his binder full of women. president obama made the list for, you didn't build that quote, about how people who built businesses had help from
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others. >> let's get a check on our forecast as we head into the work week. >> it's looking beautiful for the work week. we're not expecting the same record high temperatures we saw today. we'llñç continue with the mild trend. a live look from the east bay hills camera looking back toward san francisco. you can see the camera bouncing around. those are the winds, the offshore flow, northeasterly winds that brought the warmth from the inland valleys to the coastal areas today. here's how mild and warm it was in your neighborhood. 70 in kentfield. 66 at the oakland airport. broke its previous record of 65 degrees. oakland downtown, 70. 71, santa rosa. napa, 67. san francisco, antioch, 62. a mild 66 degrees in cloverdale. right now we're going to check out live doppler 7hd. skies with the windy conditions, really clear. the higher elevations is where we're seeing the wind and live
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doppler 7hd is seeing clear skies but for long. the radar on mt. st. helena will be watching for rain tuesday night and wednesday. temperatures in the 60s in the bay. and inland valleys, already dropping down into the 50s. here's the highlights. clear and cold the valleys. sunny and mild for monday. rain returns tuesday, going into wednesday. tomorrow morning's commute looks fine but you'll need to bundle up, scarves, gloves, a coat, it's going to get cold. 37 by morning in napa. fairfield, dropping to 40. 45 in oakland. san francisco north that cold, 48. san jose, 45. vallejo, 40 degrees. make sure you grab a coat or jacket when you head out the door. but it will be clear. high pressure controlling our weather. this fridge of high pressure is hanging on for another day. so above average temperatures again for your monday. mild sunny skies will continue.
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but then we're going to fast-forward to tuesday night. things really start to change. 11:00 p.m. the rains starting to approach santa rosa, tuesday night. wednesday, the wee hours of the morning, 3 al, we'll see the rain coming through the bay area as the cold front is sliding through. and by 5:00 a.m., this where is it looks messy. many of you heading out the door to head off to school or go to work. it does not look good at this point. the rainfall is expected to be briefly moderate. light to moderate, and at 7:00 a.m., rain is still continuing, turning more showery on the back end of the front as we head into the latter part of the morning and the early afternoon. tomorrow afternoon, though, don't worry about the umbrellas. wash your cars. 63 in sunnyvale. on the peninsula, 65. palo alto, 64. pacifica, 63. same thing for downtown san francisco. north bay, going to be mild. near 70 in santa rosa, 67, san rafael. east bay, 66 oakland. inland valleys, nice day. 66 dan vicialtion 64 in concord,
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and looking at the monterey bay temperatures, 67 degrees in monterey. cooler on tuesday, rain wednesday, much cooler wednesday, mid-50s. and we'll keep it cool through the weekend. another chance of rain on saturday. >> ama: here's shu with sports. >> mike: i'm not on the colin kaepernick band wagon just let. the 49ers have not been effective with colin leading the day. mistakes killed them before the end of the half. that's a touchback. instead of down at the three, nine errs get it at the 20 and that leads to a field goal. michael crabtree, set up the field goal. 6-3, 49ers at the hovel.
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special teams bailed them out. third quarter, spillman recovers the punt. frank gore con vertz that. tying the record for most scores in franchise history. gore had 63 yards and anthony dixon will finish it out. here come the dolphins. ryan tan in -- tannehil. through for 1250. niners' lead is down to seven. kaepernick has only thrown three td passes on 129 attempts but the kid can run. 50-yard touchdown seals it. 49ers win it 27-13. but what does cap think about his performance? >> i wish i had a few throws back. we got a bunch. >> miami is a heck of a team, we
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knew they would be tough to move the football around, stayed at some points you have to stay patient but you also took our shots, and thought our offense played winning football. >> mike: niners keeping an eye on the seahawks, they continue to win this, time against the cardinals. mar sawn lipped, -- marchand lynn. seattle led 38 are 0 at the half, go on to win 58-0, keeping the heat on the 49ers. falcons taking on cam newton and the california panthers. he ran for 116. including this 72 yarder. panthers hand the falcons just their second loss of the year. possibly helping out the 49ers down the stretch. let's tee it up. greg norman hosting his annual
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shark shootout in florida. two-man teams, three-day event, alternate shot, cramle format. kenny 'ery sean o'hara had the lead coming into today. perry almost holes it out. le charles howell iii and rory sabbatini charging but howell misses the birdie putt to tie that and men's o'hair and perry just needed to tap in this for the win. perry wins his third shootout of his career. >> cal hosting unlv on the hardwood. first half, the monster jam. he had 25. rebels led at the half. cal up one. five seconds left. marshall with the air ball but thomas for the lay yip and cal nearly pulls off the upset. the running recs win it. >> to the pit. messied inned one goal to tie
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the 40 year record for most goals in the year but he did one better score, two. he had 86 goals since january. and an amazing accomplishment. >> we'll see you tonight for plays of the da i and i sat down with marcel and you won't believe who he is hanging these days. >> ama: thank you, shu. santa claus comes to town and guess what? he takes over hollywood. but can he top a vampire and james bond? this weekend's box office winners when we return.
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>> ama: join me tonight at 9:00 on coffee tv cable 13. we'll look at a new study that found smoking a signature relt while drink can intensify a hangover. researchers say it may be a potent combination this next morning. at 11:00, the new details about the rescue of an american doctor from the taliban and the involvement of seal team six. that's all coming up at 9:00 and 11:00. >> james bond and santa claus are nick and neck at the box office this weekend. >> take she shot. i said take the shot. >> what happens?
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skyfall earned another $11 million this weekend. to move back into the top spot after five weeks. that's a narrow win over life of the guardians, the animated adventure starring expeant other holiday here roys. breaking dawn part 2 dropped to number three after being number one for three weeks, lincoln is fourth place, and live of pi wrapped up the weekend's top movies. that's it for us. thank you for joining us. don't forget that the exclusive abc-7 news alarm clock app is now available for android and the kindle fire. you can download it for free and it's also available on the iphones. thank you for joining us. here's a live look at the bay bridge. captioned by closed captioning services inc.
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